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Information Technology (Engineering)


Information technology involves creation and management of business applications, websites, systems and the IT environment for organisations. Drawing on both computer science and information systems, this major covers the study of computers and the programs that run on them as well as the creation of computer systems that satisfy individual and organisational needs. Students can focus on computer languages, programming (including the study of algorithms, data structures and networks), system development and implementation and network design as well as managerial aspects like strategic planning and operational management.

About this major

Graduate opportunities

As an Information Technologies specialist you will be able to create and manage business applications, websites, systems and the IT environment for organisations in any industry. Examples of some areas you can choose a career in are; software architecture; systems analysis; IT technical advice; or consultancy and change management.

Career pathways
Units of study in this major

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